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Plan and Register for Your Marylhurst Classes

Welcome, Marylhurst students! We’re so happy you are pursuing your education with us. Registering, adding or dropping courses is primarily done through My Marylhurst – our online registration portal. We also provide you with an annual schedule of classes so you can plan ahead and know how to adjust your non-academic life accordingly. For example, you may not want to sign up for that soccer team the same term you are taking statistics and business law courses together, right?

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Key academic dates you should add to your calendar – like when do classes start, when are we on winter break and which dates campus is closed for holidays.

The schedule of classes is just like what it sounds – the schedule. See when courses will be offered, by whom and in what format (online, on campus or hybrid of the two). And to help you plan, Marylhurst has an annual schedule of classes so you can see all the terms in a the full academic year.

Know which courses you plan to take? Great! It’s time to register and prepare for class. We’ve compiled some things you need to know before you register: How to add, drop or waitlist a course, and how to register for arranged classes or private music lessons.

The Marylhurst University Catalog is the university’s official source of information about courses, degree requirements and academic policies. What courses you pursue and how many credits you need to complete a degree depends on which catalog you were admitted under or transferred to. Your academic advisers can help you navigate the catalog or any information related to your degree pathway.

Finishing your degree soon? Have a question about graduation vs. commencement? Looking for information about our annual commencement celebration, how to RSVP and celebrations happening in June? Learn about applying for graduation and our annual commencement ceremony.

Everything related to taking classes, student records, transcripts, official forms lives in the Office of the Registrar. That’s a good office to get to know as a student. If you need to file a class petition, apply for graduation or just want to get your transcripts, that’s the place.